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Cabinets & Miscellaneous Pieces

 

Spice box

Spices and herbs were precious commodities in the 18th century and were usually kept in a locked box.  This spice box is made out of cherry as a primary wood and cypress as a secondary.  It is finished with aniline dye and shellac.  I have made several jewelry boxes using this design and size. 

 

Small dovetailed box/keepsake box

This dovetailed box is constructed with mahogany as a primary wood and yellow pine as a secondary.  The finish is aniline dye and shellac.

 

Cellarette

The cellarette is an 18th Century design. It was a piece of dining room furniture designed to hold case bottles containing wine or spirits. Historically, the wines and spirits were kept under lock and key. Typically, the cellarette also included serving shelf and drawer.

 

Cane Stand

This project was commissioned by HBO studios for the Mini-series on John Adams.  The stand is made out of mahogany and finished with aniline dye and lacquer. 

 

Walnut Toolbox with Dovetail Joints

 

Walnut Footed Jewelry Box

 
 

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Evergreen, Colorado

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